IPI International Potash Institute
IPI International Potash Institute

New Publications: e-ifc No. 34, June 2013

Publications by the PDA

What are the Effects of Potash Deficiency?

Unlike animals, which can substitute another form of food if a preferred one is unavailable, plants must have all their mineral nutrients available to them. There is almost no possibility of substitution. Thus if one nutrient is in short supply crop growth is inhibited. Read more on the PDA website.

Potash Development Association (PDA) is an independent organisation formed in 1984 to provide technical information and advice in the UK on soil fertility, plant nutrition and fertilizer use with particular emphasis on potash. See also www.pda.org.uk.

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The Role of Potassium (K) in the Plant (in Urdu)
Potassium and Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE) in Urdu
Potassium in Soil and Plant Systems (in Urdu)
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Chloride - an essential nutrient
Potassium and Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE)
Managing Water and Fertilizer for Sustainable Agricultural Intensification - infographic
Potassium Improves your Crop Quality
Potassium Improves your Health
Potassium in Soil and Plant Systems
The Role of Potassium (K) in the Plant
What does a Plant Need to Live
Assessment of the Impact of Targeted Use of Fertilizer on Irrigated Rice in Asia
The Role of Potassium (K) in the Plant (in Urdu)

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